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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 5 August 1871

ARIZONA CITV. riKKNIX. LOS ANGELES. PUESCOTT. ffi, MINES OF WALLAPAI DISTRICT. Wo copy the following letter from the Lvs Angeles Xeiet of iuly 22d: Moiuvi: Cirv, Arizona, July S, 1571. KlUvr Daily Xeves : For several year.- past it has been known that several silver minus :xUtml in tuts Cerlmt Kanjre in .Mohave coun ty, Arizona. In lS(w a mining district was formed called tb Sicr.itnentu District but all work was stopped, as foon after the Val Iiipai Indian' became hostile and it was con sidered unsfe for small parties to roect in that tegiou. For two years jxwt tute In dian' have been nt peacenntl no depredation have been committed by tlieui, und in Octo lr last a party was organized at Mohave City and sent out to prospect and locate mines ; they were eminently successful and iliscov rej many exceedingly rich ledges of argenti ferous galena, also of rich oreo containing chlorides and sulphide of silver, several ledg es rich in gold were also found nnd a ehip , ineiit from one of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 August 1871

THE MINER. VOLUME YIII. PKI2SC0TT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1ST!. .JfUMBEll 32. WEEKLY THE MI NEK Is Publlshod Every Saturday Morning. PKESCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARI.ONA, Jty J. II. MAIltOV A: ;.. TERMS-INVAKIAULY IN ADVANCE. simscrirpTioN: On? Copv, One Yetir,. $7 00 " ' Sir MontlH ;.i4.j4 00 Three Months 2 50 "Ingle Copies. ,........W.kf,. 25 JVTVIflUTISIN'3-: One fpwr. otic time. S3.00; eich additional t;-ne, F.seu additional square, tame rale. A liberal dUronnt will be. mndc to persona eon- tin tilnir the ttno advurtUomont for three, six, or ta-elrr months. , Professional or badness cards Inserted upon resoluble terms. T o 1 Printing. The Mineji olllee U well MippTtnl with I'res'rs. l'laln.sFnncy and Ornvncntal Type, nnd the pro. priftor tiro determined to c-jemir all -work with vli'Mi thi-y msy be larored In the neatest sud best ivl" of the art. Work mny be ordered from anv mrt of the Territory, mid, when accompanied with the r.-uh, U will Ik promptly executed and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 August 1871

w i ProHOott, -A.rl7.oiui Territory. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST IS, l.71. THE INDIAN QUESTION AGAIN. Sadnen and Gloom Upon Every White Countenance. That Arizona is a laml of sorrow and suf fering, no one acquainted with its prist his tory, ami present pitiable situation, can deny ; tht tbU sorrow and suffering is directly chargeable to the Government of the country, II candid, right-minded citizens mutt admit. The citizens of the Territory hare not brought tbh sorrow and suflering upon themselves. They came here by invitation of their Gov ernment, since tho organization of the Ter ritory, in the firm belief that Gorcrnracnt would protect tbeir lives and property from the savage Indians who claim and occupy the Territory. How wofully tbey have been mistaken w known to every person who has read the papers during the past seven years, and is admitted by all except a few misin formed, philanthropic Indian sympathizers at the East; the Indian Hing; Members of Congress who have had their "p...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 August 1871

Ik 3o Local Intelligence. i i i riiKscorr, August VI, 1871. A Dorrmnd for Now Moxioo Flour. Ncliavellic Alhnqucrque (New Mexico) lie. titw, of July lfl, nml And In It an ndvurtliPtnrnt of Ifclllngii fc Co., (loTernnieut contractors of tun puce, for proposals for furnUhluir one mil iiuupuuiiu.ui corn, nl Uatnp Verde, or Port Y iiii(M.-, ii.nuun, irom which wo conclude that v r .. I ... , . -Messrs. Helling A: i "7 J!' f '""i thv r,,n,,ot procure enough Kri n lntliU Territory to fill their contracts, or in they can nil tnld contractu nt the pom named, w llh .Sew Mexico groin, cheaper thnn with Arl! oiu nilli. The latter apcars to us to bo the Tlcw they take of It, nnd when It Is known that the vrnln crop In this section of Arizona U tuts p,.u iiiii.cu in iitw .Mexico, nud hnuled n dist ance of over threc hundred miles. 'c wish till, could he otherwise; hut wlsliln-. In these lline, nml In this Territory, don't Amount to much. The Indian and the drouth have a. most crippled the farmers...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 12 August 1871

AWMA CITr. PHOENIX. SAU;JEUNART)INO, en- THE COMANCHES AND THE PEACE POLICY. Th Colorado Chieftain has the following article, which shows 'how absolute has been the lailiiro of the Quaker Hicy to bring about a peace with thu Comanchos. A much worso Indian than the Comanche is the Apache of Arizona, ami iroin this we learc the country to judge of the propriety of tho last order from Washington, which, wo are told, Instructs Gen. Crook to cease hostilities until the Quakers shall have had an oppor tunity of testing their persuasive powers ; Tho advocates of a peace policy with the Indians will And certain extracts from the oflicial iournal of General Sherman's late tour through Texas, somewhat difllcult to digest. It appears that whllo the I5ur.er.il was at Foit Sill, several Kiowa chief, among them Sa tanta, bragged to tho agent that they had participated in an attack on a train, between Forto Kichardnon anil Belknap, and that they had killed seven teamsttrrs and driven olf forty-one...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 19 August 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME Ylir. mi. i . ... i iiu Arizona Miner Is Published Every Saturday Morning, i.ii.U.u. I'KESGOTT, TAVAI'AI COUNTY, AKIZONA, TEU.M.S-INVAHIAM.V IN ADVANCE. HUHHCrtlPTIO.V: One Copy, One Year " " Six Month" " " Three Months " " ' filn-lr CnroV .$7 00 . 4 00 . 2 50 25 VO V K II' PI S I js-CT: . wnc aqmrr. on? llmr. ?.I.0O; mih nddlttnnil lime. tlM. Each nddlilonil -niiarciomo wte A liberal dlsconnt will tin m-ids to persons .. ........i, tnv nuiiic miTLTiiu'iurni lor llircc. six or twelve months. 1 Wesilonal or biidne. cards I inert rd mum reasonable terms. ' -Tol Printing. J,ttKUKtt "",cp U wr'l "''PPllHl with I'rcsara, 1 lain. Inner and Ornamental Type, and the pro. ai nirccicii. . .ti.. " " ... ...... i. w. I'eons -cndln-' us moncr r..r Wri..,i,. .vlvertUlmrorJob work, mav forward It by wall or oinerwuc, at tliclr oun risk. Qt7iial PciHltf bntrt talrn nt pnrin paymrnt for iubicridion, adttrltiiny anil jvh work. Addrcst all order and lctto.ru to "Tnr Mi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 19 August 1871

li-uttoott, Arlnonn 'LVrrltory. SATURDAY MOItNl.XO, AUGUST 1. THE INDIAN QUESTION AGAIN. Or.nt aod tha Quaksrs Ajvln Stretch fortll their Hands to Shield Red Murderers and Robbers from Threatened Punlshmjut. VINCENT COLYKR COMING, SURE, TO JMAK.rRATK President Grant'i "New Departure" on tho Indian Question. S&titrt Must lint MJett Apadttt, vhit IV qurstiontd Right to Munltr and Rob cil White Jtn, txapl Peace Commissioners. Jndinn Agtits and M'mlxrt of the Grant and Dtnt Families, Matt not U Interfered With. New Way to "Let Ui Havo Peace." These arc, indeed, evil times for the white people of Arizona, a Territory of the Uni ted States which has acquired unclouded title to the appellation, u Dark and Bloody Ground." Our people and Territory are threatened with new and greater dangers than anv tbev have vet encountered. Thee clangers are imminent, and it therefore be come tho duty of every white Ariionan, and of every friend of Arizona ti win! off these threatened dinger. The Presi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 19 August 1871

JLocnl Intelligence. Pitfacorr, Augim 19, 1971. No Moro Moqtiia Need Apply. The forcRolo l a motto we hope our citizen will ;iJi)pt mid c.irry out, In luture. Wu want no ludttn, who nru Mn 1 1 jr with tliu Apichei, ty n around our lioiiu t, no matter tin- ulhu to winch Uiey UvUntz, or tin; locality from which thf)' mi 0' ' hy lull. Thote Iiii:iim w ho have M,eit u In tlio p lot maj tnvu been Mnq,ttl. We !,ltiU mot or thrill were, lint halt IheV bilmritl like MiKjtil. No, linli'fl Tin-)- iim'Ih'u ii Mimt W atc.tl vvcrytlttiitf tney bihl tlnsir li.iirU on, itiul were, upon vurul ncctl-ftiii, r mplit in the net. On tin r Ut trill nut, tiny mole n lot or wool ftum li'tio Valley, and, (in j prcvinut trip, thvy col away with aclijral lililits. Worst or nil, every Vint t.ivt I. U liliilu iih wan followed hi an Imll sn Mid, lorn or property, and many tlirii-, ol lite. thai a dun ruitunl lor tliu r tlely ol our pcratmi kai piopcity would, In rul'in:, hoir lit out in du ll). utc nn putty ur (...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 19 August 1871

THE APACHE'S' FRIEND The Sacramento-J'Mrfv has the follow Ins very pert comment upon the last order from Washington directing the Indian ullairs of the Territory : "The Prmident of the tinted .Mate mi-lit ti.it tri commit blunders. As lie mr- .im in -i canlidate for re-election, he oii!$ht to trV ami Ik circumspect. He is, j however, living apparently only to demon- j tntn uiiat a stuiwndoas niece ot folly it i was on the part ot the American jieople to elect him-their Chief Magistrate, and how vain it will be for the otllce-holdcr-. to try and maintain him in ollice. He ha shown that he is a diinjieroiii man to be intrusted with the pardoning power. There is not a particle of doubt iw to the guilt of the bij; amnns Uowen; yet (Jrnni stand-, between hlnvand justice." Yesterday tlie Telegraph told us that the President had pardoned a well-known distiller, only recently convicted of illicit di-stillim;. Grant can pardon a mul titude of criminals, but who will pardon Grant? "Not we,'' ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 August 1871

MINER. VOLUME V J II. I'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2G, lbU NDIRER 34. WEEKLY mm The Arizona Miner Is Publishod Every Saturday Morning. at i'RKSCOTT, YAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA, Ily .1. II. MMIIIIV A: Co. TERMS IN V AH (A HI. Y IN ADVANCE. SUINCIilPTION: Om f?opv, Oni' Year.. " " ' Six Month " " Throe Months Single Ponies ...S7 00 . . . 4 00 . . . 2 50 25 Ain'RUTISIVO; One vnre. on tl-n H.O0 : used additional time, l VI. IJvh itilHt1oml fij-ro, initio rate. A liberal ilroniit will mvln to nrnn ron tln'ilntr thr .int! advertisement for three, six. or twelve month. I'rofeionil or bushiest card Inserted upon reasonable term. Job I3 l i n 1- i n z . The Miskh ofllri" I well siippllnd with l'ri!e I'ltln, Fincy mid Ornamental Tvpe. and th" pro. prletor are determined to execute nil work with , -tj t nv nivho fivorad in the tiu.itcit and best style of thi art. Work nny ordered from any pirt of the Territory, and, when acenminniod with tin: cih, U will be promptly executed anil...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 August 1871

lrsMUuttt Arlv.onu 'LVrrltoi-y. 8ATUKDAY MOUSING, AfslT l7t. OUR MINERAL TREASURES. Hovovcr bright tiny have hern during the past six months tho tniiiint; proijwcts of this section of Arizona continue to glow, with gradually mowing hit tre. The fame of the Bradshaw rninei has thoroughly clc-t ritieI the slumbering jiirit f the miner and pros pector throughout all the States and Territo ries of tho Orott South-Wet ; and each one of these i sending a detachment of her fliit itiz population to take a glance at the new El Uorado. Some of thoe detachments have already arrived; some arc on tho way hither, and others are orpanizing at home, prepara-1 tory to launching forth mi the gteat adven ture a tour to tho land of tho Ajvu he. That in this purcuit they aro following something more than an empty phantom, we do not hesitato to asurc all. We have unbounded and unshaken confidence in the unapproach able mineral wealth of Arizotii, ami particu larly in that of the section known its Norther...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 August 1871

die Local liitcllixciicc. I'liKscoiT, August 20, 1S71. Subicrlbcts Killod by Indlmis. That tUl 1 Iryltig vouutrj In wlilcli lo pub ii htifccs'ldl newspaper, will lit! uilinltli-il n vu inloriii mir rradvis tljut, since beptuin h r 21, 107, tl:e d.Uu of the first number ol llir Minch lesin il utter It tame under our control, in ,n Hi. in 10) -u!i.crll.tfr.- lo lliiit .ier lnue hern murdered I")' Ap-ndio Imlhiii. The List victim, of w.ii' h wc have any know Ik lug poor .los. 11 iriotliflu. Yet, ile-plte nil thl, nuil mriti v other v M rntnld upon the Territory by "the In Ii mi.ui foililui't of the savage, nml their wldtc(7) ni.i, .it llii' K.ist, wc now print hii edition of ivU i pi Allot whluli goe to show that white A . ii. 'Hi iiro not thu Ignorant, selfish, boorish t ! alp-huntuM wfil..li (h:i-ii-, Cut) it V Co., ., u-c til- m ol being. On the contrary they aro a n id. tig ople, .mil for Intelligence, Industry, it. jr.nify niiJ sobriety, will compare lavorubly w,,li n like number ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 26 August 1871

Washburno and the Communists. A report U current in Wellington to the cfTect that Minister Wiehhurno lm notified the French authorities th.it the sending of the prisoners of the Commune to the United States would not be permitted by our Gov eminent. This report has given rise to much Cvmmeiit,nnd tlio ncnrKpapew Httarh much censuro to the couro pursued by Minister Washburno. It is very generally denied that Mr. Whburno h itl any sin-lt instruc tions from our Ouvernnifiit, and therefore that his action was one of inpinlniuble pre sumption an I pusillanimity. II ' feared that 30,000 turbulent Frenchmen mi.lit kindle the 11 true of revolution here and overthrow our free Republican institution. It certainly was a novel view of a novel improbability which iniluen:od the action of our Minister to France. As a dies of immigrants, then. Frenchmen are not epial to Chinamen. It is Baiil that the "American p.-ople have a right to decide for ihcmelve.s to what extent im migration is to ba restr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 September 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1871. NUMBER 35. The Arizona Miner Is Published Every Saturday Morning, .... AT.... l'RKSCOTT, VAVAl'AI COUNTV, AKIZO.VA, lly .1. II. MAUIO.V At Co. TEUM3 INVAUIAHI.Y IN ADVANCE. HUHHcrtirrrroN": Ono Copy, One Ywir $7 00 " " Six Month 4 00 " " Tlin-o Months 2 50 Single Copkn 25 ADVlilUTISING: Ono fttuinre, ono limn, f.1.00; retell additional time, $1.50. Each additional square, same rntc. A liberal illncount will be made to persons con tinuing tin; Kama advertisement for three, six, or twelve mouth. Professional or business cards Inserted upon retuouatilu terms. Job Printing1. The Mineii olllce Is well supplied with Presses, Vlaln, Fancy and Ornamental Type, and the pro. prletors era determined to osccuto all work with which they miy he favored In the neatest and best style of the art. Work may Iks ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cah, It will ho promptly ex...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 September 1871

...4-',J4-.- ':.A"'-.lllllflr.ll'.H.-.':. .- .-.VWf' w.lVt-W-HM,.-.. ....... lrtMOott, A.viv.orli 'IVrritory. S.YTlMtDAY MORNING, SKITEMIIKK '!, l7l- 'ARIZONA FEVER." This epidemic has broken out in Pioehe, ami almost every day r two parties of three or four start out for the Sacramento District, situated about thirty milei south of the Col orado river, in Arizona. Muiy report are current hero regarding the richne- of the ledge in the District anil hence the desire of many to be lirst to get the best chance. Old Arizouans, who have been there, show no leire to go again; but, on the cunt racy, advie those leaving to stay where they are until the country has been opened up more. All the parties leaving here are well prepared for anything in the shape of "onpleaisnt nesj" with the Indian, which is exjecteil at root any time, and Henry rifles, sii-shooterx and knives constitute the princip.il part of the outfit. Pwche (!fev.) Record. This is about the first instance on record wherein ol...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 September 1871

Ik mm Local intelligence. I'iiebcott, September 2, 1871. CHINO VAIiLOr. It docsu'l help rt Iruy editor iiiucli, to let up uu til ficr, even lor u d.ir, uud jo lulu tliu eoun trr, tu "leant u.iiii nature, admire w atcr-lucluns." cum ntid oilier ripe comiiilssury alort-s. We tried all ttili dutiduy taut, ulid Imre ever since been in u uliuost torpid st.tte, with no desire to do uu tiling ivo to travel uud lorue upun our iiuihIj burs, liut, tliu end ol tlie Meek npprouelielli ; copy l wmited, for the "Inside" ol Hie p.iper, mid do in titer hour our lii.lclu itud outside may leel, copy the printer must lwe. The pi cm must be led wllb literary liuli ol eoiue aorl, eu'll III llil, the worst portion ol tliu Uy season, anil we liute but tu suljiult lulnd und body to .tin: torture ol vrrlllliK lu 1 1 1 It lientud lime, when mom ol' our felluw-eltlzelia are quietly nijuozlu, or lazing about in cool places, dreaiiilu;; ol belter .iud Imp yler days. Hut what shall we write nboulr All, yes, "Our...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 September 1871

it CfsB LETTER FROM SAN FRANCISCO. San Fiuncisco, Cm-, f August 13, 1871. To the FAttors of the Arizona Munr: It is nut tkut I have any twrsonal acciimint nncc. that I am disused to now anil then drop you a lint, but from a high appreciation of your efforts for the benefit of Arizona, as well as your admirable jwpcr, which is ever welcome. If the people of Arizona do not appreciate your ellorta in their behalf, I am sure they ought to ; for certainly you hold your wind admirably, in blowing for, and I will say, lighting against odd., for her ad vancement. It is truly a shamo that the Government does not make a clean sweep of nil the Apacho troubles, for they are the only draw-back to your progress. You have heralded the riches of Arizona so untiringly that everybody kiiows it ; and what is more, ever) IhmIv believes it. Your day is coming, and when the excitement once starts it will be surpassed only by the rush to California in '49. "There's a good timo comine," boys sure. I see by...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 September 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME vnr. IMtKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATTRDA Y MORXIXG, SEPTEMBKK 9, 1X71. NUMBER 30. The Arizona Miner U Published Every Saturday Morning, ... XT PRESCOTT, YAVAI'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA, II .?. II. MAUIO.V ,ti Co. Ti'.KMd-lNV'ARIAill.Y IN ADVANCE. hi; hmo rtip'i'ioN": One Copy, One Year, $7 00 " " " Six Month 4 00 " Throe Months 2 50 -Moults Cople 25 A.TD V irj I IT I S r NTS : One square, one time, $-1.00; each additional 'Imp, 91JM. Earh additional squire, Mine rale. A IUtcr.il discount wilt be made to teron con- nulmr tin nine advertisement for three, six, or tvrlve month. Professional or business cards Inserted upon reasonable terms. Job Printing:. Tiik MlNElt oilier U welt supplied with Presses, Pun, Fancy and Ornament! Type, and the pro prietors are determined to execute all work with h they msy hu Uvorcd In the neatest and best 't'. of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will he promptly execute...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 September 1871

Si 3B MX. Vronuott, Ariv.outk Trn'ritory. SnATUKDAY MOnNISO, SKl'TKMBEIt tH. THE REVENUE QUESTION. GENERAL CROOK AND VINCENT COLYER. Tu our issue of August 113th we published an article under the caption, " Wanted a Penitentiary," m which Mr. Wason fancies that ho has discovered an cnIaitrht against certain ofllcers of this Territory. While we nro free to maintain that the said officers are not by any means immaculate, we were par ticularly lenient iii our stricture, upon the occasion referred to; for after stating an ajiology for our Delesates by asserting that ' they may have pressed the matter upon the " attention of the Government, and may " have been snubbed, or put oil," we made the following remark; and a it is the only sentence in the article which convoys the idea of severity, it is doubtless the " foul blow" which Mr. Wason has discovered ; "Sotno years ago there was much talk about employing a certain amount of the Revenue tax collected in this Territory, for the building...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 September 1871

I I Local Intelligence. I'iiescott, acplcntbcr 9, lb"l MINES AND MINIHO. The mining news from every section of the Ter ritory coiitlntic 1'ncoiirBcIiiK- No spot tipon the surface ol tll planet ever oik-ret! greater Induce ments utr tliu n.ile investment of capital than docs thl M'ctioti of Arizona at present, mid et the imrt'h of c.i i i tal liltlierwHrd is slow Indeed. And why In this? Well, It l became the capitalist while li' Is In most luslnncrs, ready to rlk bin inouey where thu chuiiee uind two to one that he can double the amount Invented Is not dis posed to risk lilit precious I'll': In Arizona; hikI he His us Unit onr mine are all that he can desire while our Indians arc much more. Hut the ad vent of capital cannot be much longer deferred. The minus arc bului: developed In the lace of ev wy obstacle anil their undoubted value, generally considered, UUen In connectlan with the untiur atM.'l riohneM of a select few, will prove nti oeruiat h for the eool deliberations of the u...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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